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would you leave our apartment and do you think that's enough to give him more he said he wouldn't but was offering it to me. my family we don't sleep we're incredibly influenced and it's fuk our school work. >> . >> (speaking spanish.) >> so thank you for again listening to our stories this has affected my families health i'm losing won't and hair my family our dynamics are
different so thank you for doing what you thank you. >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> . thank you supervisors i'm tony gonzales with american indian movement west. i share the same as what was said earlier i content the supervisors for taking the position to change legislation to include the particular tactic of harassment by landlords etc. i'm not just speaking for my organization as a vietnam veteran and the westerns that are here it facts many people. it's a shame that the rich culture that the city has projected to the outer public is in the state of problems right
now. there's a lot of resentment we see those big buses that driving around here that creates the resentment to the topic. we hope there's a a balance to keep our people's here all the superdomes of society and in particular our art and cultural workings are being affected. like a brain drain that goes on in other countries there's a cultural drain here for us to maintain the cultures is to also find ways thinking about the artist in our communities and filmmakers and those who are trying to stay here and work inform the community have a hard time finding a plays to
thank you very much >> thank you. next speaker, please. >>. i'm with the san francisco tenants union. thank you supervisors so far bringing this legislation back. harassment is definitely on the increase and a fashd way to get tenants out of their part times. as supervisor campos note it's a difficult issue for tenants to deal with. senile they need to live with harassment long enough until an attorney feels their suffered medical bills and that sort of thing enormously to say most tenants can't survive through the harassment and it's an effective way of getting tenants out. this legislation corrects the issue of prop m passed by the voter that denied and prohibited harassment but unfortunately,
the courts throw out the issue. this denies harassment an illegal evict attempt and go to the rent board and have it investigated. in addition to being a city attorney and district attorney prop a put in the statute for $200 a day so tenants can go to small claims court and get a monetary settlement. so thank you supervisors >> any >> prayer by the chaplain. >>. seeing none, public comment is closed. this matter is back in the hands of the board. supervisor campos.
me it means a lot to hear if the tenants its not easy to hear our experiences it's a perm and painful thing that impacts the individual and the entire family especially on kids. and so i think this is something that is a long time overdue and something we need to move forward as quickly as possible to provide relief. i think beyond that my hope it will send a clear message to landlord that this kind of harassment is not going to be tolerated in san francisco. there's an avenue where the tenant can go to the rent board and it could be forwarded to the
city attorney or the district attorney. i hope this sends a clear message especially, when it comes to some of the tenants that have been the targets of harassment. we're top of about the vulnerable people in the society people who are monolinoleum who don't know they're right so i ask for your support today >> thank you supervisor campos. president chiu >> i want to thank supervisor campos for bringing this forward and also our tenant advocates and families. we all certainly appreciate not only your testimony but your encourage in stepping up and sharing with us those different stories. we all know we have on a affordability crisis in san francisco and we've seen an eviction crisis in many of our
district. we need to bring different policy solutions. last week i was part of the board of supervisors decision to move forward with the demolitions and conversion and i appreciate your support of my amendment and happy to be a co- shorn of this legislation and certainly think there's no one solution that will end the situation all of our work together will comprehensively address that and i'm proud of your supervisors to stand with the tenant that were i'm happy to refer this item with a full recommendations for tomorrow >> thank you supervisor kim. >> thank you. i'll second, that and i want to thank the community for coming out and
speaking. it's heartbreaking to hear this in the immigrant communities. i'm happy to support this legislation >> i support the legislation as well and supervisor campos thank you for bringing it forward and working with all sides. while we have a lot of work to address our deep structural deficiencies we also need to make sure we're keeping people stable in their housing. it's scary where rent are right now and whether someone is lo low income or frankly middle income it's criminally hard to
find affordable housing. if you're a family of kids it makes it harder the motion is to forward this to the board with positive recommendation can we take that without objection. madam clerk call item 2 >> item 2 is an ordnance to have the group comply with the family workplace ordinance. >> and wanting chewing is the author. >> thank you, colleagues. i appreciate our consideration of this brief and clean up technical ordinance to the measure we passed some months ago. if you remember colleagues with when we had passed the legislation around the friendly
family workplace we have the standard as the health care security ordinance which is 20 or more employees but unfortunately, because we didn't capitalize the e on employer it created an consistent that our oc staff pointed out we want to quickly fix that as it's implement on january 1st. i want to recognize our staff anything else you want to recommend >> no supervisor the office wants to. >> tracy: thank you for clarifying the issue. hopefully, this will go through through won't be any confusion to the public that the employees will be told on january 1st you're not inadmissible and then later. so thank you very much >> thank you oc for you're
working and engagement with small businesses in would what the ordinance does. colleagues, can we open this up for public comment >> that i public comment on item 2 seeing none, public comment is closed. and can we get a motion to forward item 2 to the full board with recommendation without objection that's the order. >> item 3 is the resolution adding the name to old town. and adding the name to merchant street and item 5 is the resolution adding the name to bar told street >> president chiu is the author. >> thank you, mr. chair.
last week, we heard testimony if the chinatown about the addition of names of community leaders who have really meant a great deal to chinatown as well as to san francisco with the alley with the moose alley and limb additional being attempted e addressed to those streets. i have a couple of of quick amendments i want to clarify whether those signs are on single and the lettering but i want to first is if there's that i public comment >> any public comment open items 3, 4 or 5 seeing none, public comment is closed. so colleagues at the request of the mta i want to propose two technical issues. one was to allow the mta to
erect those on separate signs it in the further rove clause they ask the transportation agency having the existing names to either on a single or separate sign and for the limb resolution we want to clarify the language so the honoree name there's a tip to so the board of supervisors request that the municipal transportation agency to erect the honoree and existing names of the street on separate signs with the honoree names limb in smaller letters and the bar told street in larger letters so for those two
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[gavel] >> good afternoon. welcome to the san francisco board of supervisors meeting of tuesday, december the 10th, 2013. madam clerk, could you call the roll? >> thank you, mr. president. supervisor avalos? avalos present. supervisor breed? >> here. >> breed present. supervisor campos? >> present. >> campos present. president chiu? >> he present. >> president chiu present. supervisor cohen? cohen present. supervisor farrell? farrell present. supervisor kim? kim present. supervisor mar? mar present. supervisor tang? tang present. supervisor wiener? wiener present. supervisor yee? yee present. mr. president, all members are present. >> thank you. ladies and gentlemen, could you please join us in the pledge of allegiance?
i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america, and to the republic for which it stands; one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. >> colleagues, we have our october 29th and november 5th, 2013 board meeting minutes. could i have a motion to approve those minutes? motion by supervisor campos, seconded by supervisor breed. without objection, those meeting minutes are approved. [gavel] >> madam clerk, any communications? >> there are 2340 communications, mr. president. >> then can you read the consent agenda? >> yes, items 1 through 10 are considered routine. if a member objects you an item can be removed and considered separately. >> colleagues, would anyone like to sever any of these items? if not, roll call on the consent agenda. >> supervisor campos? campos aye. supervisor chiu? chiu aye. supervisor cohen? cohen aye. supervisor farrell? farrell aye. supervisor kim? kim aye. supervisor mar? mar aye.
supervisor tang? tang aye. supervisor wiener? wiener aye. supervisor yee? yee aye. supervisor avalos? avalos aye. supervisor breed? breed aye. there are 11 ayes. >> those ordinances are finally passed. [gavel] >> next item. >> item 11 is a resolution retroactively authorizing the sheriff's department to amend the existing contract with global*tellink for inmate telephone services from june 1, 2010, to may 31, 2013, to june 1, 2010, to may 31, 2014, with an additional one-year option to extend the term remaining, which will result in an anticipated commission to the inmate welfare fund of more than $3 million over the four-year contract term. may may 21st, 2014 ~. >> supervisor breed. >> thank you. i know we continued this item from the last meeting, and after reviewing the information i did have a question which i needed clarity before agreeing to move forward on this item. specifically, from my understanding because we're looking at retroactively allowing for one of the